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No, see http://computer.howstuffworks.com/vdsl.htm And yes, it can be wall mounted
13 days ago by Malc
works fine but better to reboot each day but this may be my line never fails to connect and works well with my wireless printer and one computer and my laptop
27 Feb 2014 by Effarquharson
Not as far as I am aware, there are no holes or blanking plates, it has been designed this way. I have found that if the unit is stood upright with the Netgear Logo pointing in the direction you want the strongest signal, it works really well.
29 Nov 2013 by Kevin Lucas
99% sure it's ADSL2+. Go onto Netgear's website for the product: http://www.netgear.co.uk/home/products/wirelessrouters/work-and-play/DGN2200.aspx
15 Mar 2014 by Moldgeier
It runs off a 12 volt supply rated at 1.5 amps. The 220/12 volt transformer is built into the mains plug.
13 Jun 2014 by Nicholas R Sims
Sorry i can't help as I'm not technically inclined but I can confirm that it works extremely well for me.
29 May 2014 by Hatbox
No, for that you need a Wi-Fi extender such as Netgear WN3000RP Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender or PowerLine network kit to extend your network around the house. Or a combination of both.
23 May 2014 by Ian
The stand is removable - but I can't see how it could be hung on a wall!
23 Apr 2014 by Malc
I don't think so
19 Mar 2014 by Amazon Customer
Has it a WPS button? 26 Feb 2014
Yes it has.
26 Feb 2014 by GK
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